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look on the embarcadero. you can see san francisco streets are wet. mike nicco will have the full forecast and sue hall will have the latest from the traffic center with a few accidents including a big problem northbound 101 in sunnyvale. >> and milestone southwest made the merger >>> we're going to start with live doppler. up in the north bay, radar returns up around napa. more around the american canyon and down to vallejo. as you head toward fairfield and across the san mateo bridge heading over to east taylor street and grant avenue. sunol grade a little light rain showing up on the radar right now. as far as visibility. three miles in napa so it's very light rain for you this morning. >> heavy traffic 80 westbound, we had a car into a wall on gillman. but traffic remains heavy all the way into the macarthur maze. between stone crest and hagen, downed power line blocking that area there. to the peninsula, sunnyvale, south bay, north 101 an accident at matilda and that is backing things towards lawrence expressway. >>> new this morning, pilots for united airlines agreed to a ne
caugiran is in san francisco where the district is providing school counselors for kids there today. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. obviously this is a difficult time for everyone not just there on the east coast but here in the bay area, as well. parents and teachers are reaching out for what to say to their students and to their children. san francisco's unified school district posted this message on its website. district leaders offered their thoughts and sympathies and said we are all grieving today. the district says grief counselors will be available for students and educators to help them cope with last friday's shooting. the horrifying images and senseless violence from the newtown shootingville packed everyone across the country. district leaders say they want to be cognizant of the emotional needs of students but they also want students to know they are safe. >> this is a random -- an isolated event and it's -- it could happen to anyone anywhere, though it most likely will not. >> reporter: dr. berry says younger children will have a harder time understanding and it's
have safety plans and we have drills. and this from san francisco. in the root of national triage, we are working together to see that our school students and staff are safe. we are working to provide support needed in the event of any school crisis. reggie kumar tells us some parents are thinking about home schooling in light of this massacre. >> reporter: some parents couldn't stop thinking about the newtown, connecticut school shooting during san francisco's holiday snow event at the civic center plaza. many people have mixed feelings about the security in place. and some were debating to send their children to class on monday. diana wattson was moved to tears thinking about the innocent lives taken way too soon. >> yes. it's sad. it is really sad. i rather my child be safe even if it do look like a prison. i want my child to come home safe than it looking like an average playground and anyone can come in. >> i feel we are sending our children to prison. it wasn't any exit. there was no way to exit out the windows or exit out the doors. the children are not safe. not in america tod
. but how should we communicate with our children about it? san francisco's unified school district is one of many all across the bay acknowledging the difficulty educators and students have. mayor ed lee and the superintendent released a statement letting our schools know there will be counselors available today to help anyone deal with trauma and stress. >>> the images of last friday's newtown school shooting throughout the country have also hit us here at home. a psychologist tells us younger children will have a hard time understanding. >> so for those children it's really important to try and limit their exposure to these events all the news coverage and to more importantly to reassure to them the safety of their environment. >> older children will have a better understanding and will want to know more specifics. dr. berry says be western open them and stress that this is an isolated incident. >>> president obama told mourners that parents, educators, law enforcement and mental health experts need to join forces to prevent tragedies like this in the future. gun control was a big issue
:17 on the dot and coming out crossing a wet golden gate bridge as you come into san francisco. let's take a look at live doppler 7-hd. best radar returns over in napa and solano, they are blue. let's focus in on the green which is normally some heavier rain or stronger radar returns. you see along mission boulevard, heading over to sunol grade and pleasanton and livermore is where we're seeing the best radar returns and also on 238 coming across hayward this morning. there is the latest update. you can see it heading over to calavares road and piedmont road. you can see those areas wet along with alum rock. steady rain through the morning hours and scattered, light showers during the afternoon hours. temperatures are very mild this morning. heading out it's coolest. concord, 52 degrees. mountain view, 56 degrees. monterey bay, low to mid-50s with light rain falling. morning, slight rain and scattered showers during the afternoon hours. frosty tonight and more so wednesday morning. it could be one of coolest mornings we've had this season and heavy rain and gusty winds for thursday will be much m
such as these come about, we can fall back and rely on that faith. >> reporter: in san francisco, cbs 5. >>> let's now go live to new town, connecticut where at the present time just finished addressing the memorial service. cbs has more on his comments. >> reporter: anne, good evening. i'm standing here the high school where president obama spoke at a vigil just a little while ago, telling mourners they are not alone in their grief and saying these tragedies must stop. hundreds of mourners gave first respond ears standing ovation. president obama is there to help this community deal with the tragedy. >> here in newtown, i come to offer the love and prayers of the nation. i am very mindful that mere words cannot match the depths of your sorrow. >> reporter: this tight-knit community came together to remember the 20 first graders and six adults gunned down at sandy hook elementary school on friday. >> we ask god to grant those lost a special place in paradise, and we ask their families to be granted the strength to endure the unendurable. >> reporter: as people here in newtown gravy, investigator
here. we are save is from san francisco crossing the bay area. we are see light rain for the bridges. you should drive with extra caution. we are seeing light rain for the east shore freeway. the northern end of it we are same this up to hercules. the bulk of the wet weather has pushed his way south and in fact we are seeing a darker green on the screen that indicates heavy rain or around highway 17. >> we do have a lot cloud cover associated with this. the temperatures are not too bad it is a mild start. 53 in concord, we would not see much change in the numbers as we head into the afternoon. i will break down the numbers coming up in the next report. >> seminal 7:00 a.m.. we will be right back in a moment. sleep train thanks all those who helped make a difference last year for thousands of california foster kids. thank you for helping foster kids. thank you for the school supplies. thank you for the new shoes. thank you, secret santa. and thank you for donating money. your generosity proves that while not everyone can be a foster parent, anyone can help a foster child. - thank you.
many school districts are emphasizing security procedures. amy hollyfield is live at san francisco school district headquarters to continue our coverage. >> i just spoke with the superintendent. he tells me that he has asked all his principals to take another look at emergency response plan and see if they have questions or if they need any changes. parents already saw a change first thing this morning. >> and sherman elementary school in san francisco parents watched with surprise but understanding as administrators tightened security this morning. >> they locked the doors. that is the reality. unfortunately that is the world we're living in. we have to lock down the doors. >> it's the first day back and parents say the tragedy was definitely on their minds as they dropped off their kids. >> anybody that is bringing kids to school, they are well aware of all the thoughts that are going on with the families and kids, of course, and the teachers. >> the principal at sherman told us it is an extremely difficult day for schools. she didn't want to talk to camera because she wanted to
you live including live radar. just go to ktvu.com and click on the weather tab. >>> san francisco police are trying to track down the person who gunned down a young man in the city's bay view district. police say the 18-year-old victim was shot at least once at about 10:00 last night on oceola lane near lasalle. a friend of the victim's drove him to the hospital where he was pronounced dead. his name has not yet been released. >>> an investigation under way after a passer by discovered a body. at about 11:30 this morning, district police were notified of a body that had been discovered at point pinol regional. the body is that of a male but didn't release any other details. they have not said yet whether the body could be that of a 77- year-old man that went missing in island strait last week. investigators hope to have more information tomorrow. >>> a hiker reports a sexual assault, we have details on how authorities are handling an attack on a well used east bay trail. >>> pushing for tighter gun laws, a bill senator dianne feinstein plans to introduce in an effort of keeping ot
whenirm in a high rise building at 101 california street in san francisco. killing eight people and wounding six others. before killing himself. that deadly act prompted the then freshman senator to author an assault weapons ban that many said would never pass. >> it can be done >>reporter: the assault weaons ban passed in 1994.but expired in 2004. political consultant michael yaki told the kron4 morning news that attempts at passing new gun control laws have fizzled in the face of tough opposion from the national rifle association. >> it always comes up and nothing ever happens not since 1994 when the assault weapons ban passed and the nra made a decision then and there, no new gun control legislation will ever pass the congress, they spent a ton of money in that election knocked out a whole bunch of democrats , the republicans took the house and that has been the status quo but as the nation mourns the staggering loss of so many innocent victims.dianne feinstein says she's preparbelieves we are ready for a change. >> is this the way we want america to go in other words the rig
berkeley schools have said the plant and we run through drills frequently. >> san francisco unified school says in the wake of a national tragedy we have redouble our efforts to work together with our student's family in schools to make sure they remain safe. >> the tide is 4:11 on this monday morning there are areas of showers. erica will have a look at our forecast. good morning erica. >> some light showers for parts of the bay area is not widespread. on storm tracker 4 you can see. i was a man ride on high way for where it leads interstate 80. use your windshield wipers. we will not see any areas of flooding are pondering. certainly be aware. allow yourself extra time. currently sing light rain over highway 92 the san mateo bridge spotty in the burlingame area. >> we are seeing showers for highway 13 pescadero. >> interstate 80 the bayshore freeway through palo alto drive with extra caution with your commute crucible with interstate 680. the showers are continuing to push their way south. >> on satellite and radar cloud cover associated with this system. we will continue to see a linger
. pretty good band sliding through the central bay in san francisco over to the east bay now, as well. it looks like we are going to see more scattered showers like this, this morning but then things taper off in the afternoon. highs in the 50s maybe low 60s. >> the school nurse at sandy hook elementary tells "60 minutes" how she came inches away from the killer. >> his feet were facing in my direction, and i just froze with fear, and then he just -- it was just seconds and then he turned around, and i could hear him walk out. >> this morning sally cox tells her frightening story. >> and president obama says we must change to protect our children, and democrats in congress say new gun control laws must be part of that change. we'll see if there's any real shift in the gun control debate on "cbs this morning." nine days till christmas and eddy said the toys might not be ready! eddy? the elf! ♪ ♪ [ radio announcer ] today's forecast: it's snowing snowballs and snow bricks out there... seven more days and it's snowing snow bricks! oh, well, be careful! [ radi
a consideration for the first woman in line at this san francisco theater. i just want to see the movie. >> so why the potential for nausea? it's the first major studio film to use 3d technology to reassembly hd tv. it's making images more vivid and intention than ever. patrick of the best of my recollection ly film insurance institute, it's going to be very crisp around the edges. >> don't expect it to replace the more comfortable viewing experience. >> it's very organic, easy on the eyes and it contains that mystical quality that film has that is a little bit dreamlike. >> some hobbit fans didn't want to camp out and spend money on a movie that would make me sick. >> i would like to see if this is going to make the movie industry forward into making a different kind of film or another gimmick. >> warner brothers says it has not encountered problems with audiences with motion sickness. they'll be part of a ground breaking advancement in the movie going experience. >>> who's defense played better, the raiders or the 49ers? new england scores 28 straight points but that's only part of the story. th
expensive city? san francisco at $3.83. vallejo has the cheapest prices at $3.49 a gallon. >>> it is not a cure all, but one remedy is to give and receive a big hug. that's what volunteers from the hunting happiness project were going at the oakland farmer's market today. the group of good samaritans were offering notes of encouraging words. they seemed touched with the random words of kindness. >> >> i will take a hug. it was encouraging. >> i got two hugs from complete strangers. i thought it was so heartwarming considering all that is going on in the world these days. >> the project offers help to people who need food or are homeless. >>> ski resorts in the sierra are happy, but travelers will have a slippery drive over the next several days. there is a lot of snow on the ground already. plenty for the kids to enjoy on the holiday break. more snowfall is expected tonight and tomorrow. the snow elevation is down to about 2500 feet and is expected to continue to drop over the next few days. meteorologist leigh glaser is here. we have some more systems coming our way. >> e
-november. the bay area is averaging $3.71 a gallon. the most expensive city? san francisco at $3.83. vallejo has the cheapest prices at $3.49 a gallon. >>> it is not a cure all, but one remedy is to give and receive a big hug. that's what volunteers from the hunting happiness project were going at the oakland farmer's market today. the group of good samaritans were offering notes of encouraging words. they seemed touched with the random words of kindness. >> >> >> i will take a hug. it was encouraging. >> i got two hugs from complete strangers. i thought it was so heartwarming considering all that is going on in the world these days. >> the project offers help to people who need food or are homeless. >>> ski resorts in the sierra are happy, but travelers will have a slippery drive over the next several days. there is a lot of snow on the ground already. plenty for the kids to enjoy on the holiday break. more snowfall is expected tonight and tomorrow. the snow elevation is down to about 2500 feet and is expected to continue to drop over the next few days. meteorologist leigh glaser is here. som s
4 spoke with parishioners at st. mary's cathedral in san francisco. >> it's times like tease that our faith becomes apparent. the important thing is not to lose hope. >> reporter: people with heavy hearts came to st. mary's cathedral for comfort and community. >> my heart is full of sorrow, and i'm here for my family to hug my children and be blessed. >> reporter: the church put up a memorial to the people that died in connecticut with white ribbons and a prayer for their souls. >> our hearts are all torn. >> how can anybody really hurt kids? >> the church has a book where you can write and register your prayers. there are a lot of words. >> we are going to now join cbs's special report. the president is about to speak in sandy hook. >> thank you, governor. to all of the families, first responders, to the community of newtown, clergy, guests. scripture tells us, do not lose heart. though outwardly we are wasting away, inwardly we are being renewed day by day. for light and momentarily troubles are achieving for us an eternal glory that far outweighs them all. so we fix our ey
attack led to change in california >> jeff: in the san francisco bay area this weekend police collected more than 500 handguns as part of a holiday gun buyback. that's one approach meant to reduce gun violence in california. lee cowan tonight reports on another effort that came in response to a 1989 school shooting. >> when it happened at cleveland elementary in stockton california some 23 years ago many thought a school shooting couldn't get any worse. a troubled man with an assault rifle killed five students and wounded 29 others. while it sadly wasn't the last or even worse school shooting in the country, it did lead to california's ban on assault weapons. the first in the nation. it wasn't a perfect solution. in the eyes of gun enthusiasts but at least the ban was an effort to do something to stem the violence. in the wake of connecticut, many california leaders wonder where that resolve is today. >> if not after this, then seriously just shame on all of us, seriously, shame on the leadership of this country. >> reporter: gavin newsom is california's lt. governor but his current ang
events in san francisco and oakland, california drew hundreds of people. many of them said they turned over their weapons because they were moved by the connecticut tragedy. >> i feel this is something that might hurt somebody some day, you know, then i would feel terrible about that. >> when the community says enough is enough, i think you've got a good chance of something like this. >> the gun owners received $200 for each weapon they brought in. there were similar buybacks in brooklyn, new york and washington, d.c. and in prince george's county, maryland. >> you think about the staggering number. there are more than 200 million guns already on the streets of america. so one, that questions how effective any gun control could be. it seems like the genie is way out of the bottle. i guess every little bit helps, so some of those buyback programs have been successful in some cities. >>> coming up next, some of the other major headlines this morning, including that health scare for hillary clinton. >> what the secretary of state's illness and injury means to a major investigation in wash
in a chimney in san francisco. join us com and videos taken from his home will reveal the motive. >>> finally this morning, an outpouring of grief and support in the face of senseless violence. >> the people of newtown, connecticut, have banded together since the shooting and other americans are so moved by the tragedy, they're finding their own way to lend a hand. once again, here's abc's lara spencer. ♪ >> reporter: on a cold, crisp, new england night, residents gathered at makeshift memorials all over town, trying to make sense of the impossible. >> i'm just waiting to wake up from this nightmare. >> reporter: they were joined by hundreds of strangers who traveled far and wide trying to help. why did you need to be here? >> i'm a mother. i'm a mother. >> reporter: a mother from new york city. a chaplain from north carolina. how important is it to give back to this community? >> i have grandsons exactly the same age of the victims. my heart was -- i just was moved. >> reporter: this fire house is now the site of 26 christmas trees, one for each soul taken at sandy hook school. each one do
towns like camden, new jersey, and san francisco, california, are offering cash for guns in an attempt to get weapons off the street. lee cowan reports on how a mass shooting in 1989 led to a tough new law. >> reporter: when it happened at cleveland elementary, in stock on the, california, some 23 years ago, some thought a school shooting couldn't get any worse. a troubled man with an assault rifle killed five students and wounded 29 others. while it sadly wasn't the last or worst school shooting in the country, it did lead to california's ban on assault weapons, the first in the nation. it wasn't a perfect solution in the eyes of gun enthusiasts but at least the ban was an effort to do something to stem the violence. in the wake of connecticut, many california leaders wonder where that resolve is today. >> if not after this, then seriously just shame on all of us. seriously, shame on the leadership of this country. >> gavin newsom is california's lieutenant governor, but his current anger stems from being a parent more than a politician. >> this has to be the moment where you say, sto
special. >> it's all about you all, right? are you all excited? yay! >> san francisco's nfl star vernon davis was back in his hometown after playing late sunday night near boston, here he was passing out gifts to children who now attend truce dale just like he did. >> the dunbar and maryland graduate said it was important for him to be there. >> you drove eight hours? >> i did. we left at 2:00 a.m. it was important i come back here. i remember when i was a kid always wanted that hero to show up. >> reporter: davis at 6'3" to youered over the children, many of the same age as those in connecticut's sandy hook school. >> very touching, very touching, sad. it shows how much we have to pay attention and love the kids, especially right now. >> reporter: principal mary ann stinson was glad to have the diversion. >> my hope is parents turn the tv off over the weekend so the boys and girls had a little little exposure as possible. it's really unprecedented. we're really going by what our heart tells us and listens to the boys and girls. >> reporter: in the district, tom sherwood, news4. >>> tha
a 28-point comeback by the patriots. then a touchdown pass. they staved off the patriots. san francisco won 41-34. who is going to win the nfc east? we have a three-way tie. kirk cousins good, two touchdown s. washington wins against the browns. what about the cowboys? no way they're going to beat the steelers. wrong. roethlisberger finds the wrong team. the cowboys win again. >>> and the giants fans, giants were throttled by the falcons. the giants lost 34-0. they had emblems on each of their helmets in tribute to those who lost their lives and victor cruz in particular wore the name of the one six-year-old child that looked up to him and is going to be buried in his jersey. >> steve: they also had emblems for sandy hook elementary school. let's go from sandy hook to hurricane sandy. there is the president wants $60 billion to help the people throughout the northeast who were impacted extraordinarily enough in that $60 billion bill, it's a pork project. how could alaska wind up with $150 million out of the sandy scam for fair fisheries? >> gitmo, maybe they need another soccer field. 5
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